Serious speed dating
Remember the nerves, the excitement and the energy you had on your first date? We enlisted the help of Cassia from Cassia Leigh Designs to create an invitation and question cards to help your speedy date move quickly and smoothly.
We’ve found a way to help you recreate those first date feelings, no matter how long you’ve been together! I just love the creative doodle borders she included – it totally brings me back to the days of doodling in my notebooks in school!
He says it’s been hard to move on after the death of his wife of over a half century, who died three years ago.
He has taken a few women out to lunch since her death, but he says he wouldn't call that dating.
Grab a jar for each category (there are TEN) and then drop the questions into the jars.
You can attach the category to the jar with a ribbon, like I did. (Besides getting to spend some serious quality time with the hubby, of course.) I love that this could be a five minute date, every day for 10 days.
"I've had some dates in between." But nothing turned serious. "It’s a paid service, where they do a background check and everything…
It’s been three or four years since I signed up with them, and they never really got any matches for me.” Gordon is a 78-year-old man from Portage.
It's really like having about 20-30 first dates and you should definitely dress appropriately to make the ultimate first impressions.Don’t show your spouse your cards – at the end of the night try to GUESS where each word came from!On date night, grab a timer and choose a set amount of time. Then, pick a category, hit start and start chatting!You’re seriously going to love how easy this date is to set up. Your spouse already knows your name, so take this opportunity to come up with a funky, new name.You’ll want to hand your spouse the invite, letting them know that you “mustache” them a few questions. Cut out the name cards and then draw three randomly to create a silly nickname for the night.